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post #1 of 12
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Happy 4th! Put on a couple of butts on the 3rd around 8 and they went over night on the IPT pellet grill. Had to throw them in a cooler for a couple of hours and then pull them and keep in the oven covered on warm since we were not eating until around 4....finished sooner than expected.

Last year on my propane smoker similar size took about 18 hours - this year on the IPT set on smoke and running about 225-230 most of the night took about 14 1/2 hours. Pulled them at 203 and were falling apart. Have the chuckies on now. Took the chuckies to about 190 for slicing. Fit 2 racks of ribs on the IPT with the chuckies after pulling the butts. 2 additional racks and 2 chickens went in the Masterbuilt propane smoker.

Butts

Start

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4 hours in

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Done

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Pulled

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Chuckies

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Ribs

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Everything!

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post #2 of 12

Wow, now that is a feast!!  

 

How did the Chuck turn out? Mine always seemed to be tough.

post #3 of 12
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Originally Posted by jbg4208 View Post

Wow, now that is a feast!!  

 

How did the Chuck turn out? Mine always seemed to be tough.



Did 2 chucks - the smaller one was a little tough but the larger one was melt in your mouth tender....

post #4 of 12

WOW thats a spread looks great

post #5 of 12
Great Job! Looks so good I almost licked my monitor...hehe
post #6 of 12

That's quite a meal you put together! Everything looks delicious!

post #7 of 12

WOW that looks great, I love it when they finish early biggrin.gif

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post #8 of 12
Thread Starter 

Thanks everyone - yes I was very surprised (pleasantly) that they finished early!

post #9 of 12

Excellent, nice smoke ring. 

post #10 of 12

Nice work, Bro!...What you rub that Chuck up with?...JJ

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Originally Posted by Chef JimmyJ View Post

Nice work, Bro!...What you rub that Chuck up with?...JJ



Thanks Man - that chuck was done with Penzy's Spices Bicentennial Rub - the other one I did was my own creation (salt pepper, garlic powder, onion powder, thyme, and smoked paprika).

post #12 of 12

I got one word Wow

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